Bayern Munich head coach Louis van Gaal had every reason to be a happy man on Wednesday evening after his side had thrashed Milan 4-1, however, the Dutch coach still left the press conference in anger.
Van Gaal initially appeared to be quite satisfied, but his mood changed when an Italian reporter asked him why he handed German youngster Thomas Muller a starting berth over prolific striker Luca Toni.
The Bayern coach was astonished by the question and left the table in anger, giving the reporter who asked the question a nasty look in the process.
Van Gaal opted to leave the press conference due to the reporter's lack of knowledge of the situation at Bayern. Toni isn't fully match fit yet and was therefore left out of the starting XI.
The former AZ coach is known for his outbursts against journalists, leaving Barcelona with the famous words, "Friends of the press, congratulations, I'm leaving."
Stefan Coerts, Goal.com